A relatively short plasma half-life drug can produce the effect even after it is eliminated due to its intracellular action and its partial binding to the receptor. This phenomenon is called the hit and run effect, and these drugs are hit and run drugs. The hit and run drugs are Reserpine, Guanethidine, Omeprazole, Monoamine Oxidase Inhibitors (MAOIs), Atypical Antipsychotics, Antineoplastic drugs, Cortisone, Desmopressin, Aspirin, Cocaine, Methyldopa, Prostacyclin, Penicillins, and Aminoglycosides.
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How long does mitochondrial poisoning stay in the body?
Query: Hello doctor, Do you know what kind of mitochondrial poison can stay in the body for more than five years? I have a patient with symptoms which looks like a mild mitochondrial poisoning for the past five years. There are only few mitochondrial poisons. So, do you think any one of them can stay in t... Read Full »
Answer: Hi, Welcome to icliniq.com. Usually the mitochondrial toxicity (poisoning) occurs due to some natural toxins from animals and plants or synthetic. In current days, the mitochondrial toxicity is majorly due to synthetic chemicals as human destroyed many toxic plants and animals in the living place. ... Read Full »
I consumed food containing toxin. Please help.
Query: Hello doctor, While I was having fast food in a restaurant, I found some material not familiar to me in the food. Two days later, I visited the same restaurant and had the same food. But there was no similar material that I found two days ago. After that event, I have been thinking if that substan... Read Full »
Answer: Hi, Welcome to icliniq.com. I would like to give a scientific explanation of food/chemical toxicity. The ingredients used to prepare fast food may not always be the same. The cook may use different brands, different batch of the same manufacturer, or different item itself. The procedure of cookin... Read Full »